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Is it ok to use a teen fiction book for your NEA coursework? I'm doing See How they Lie by Sue Wallman and comparing it with A woman in White but, have been told that See how they lie is seen as childish. I'm not sure if AQA looks down on teen fictions aswell so Im bot very sure.
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I may have to change my book very soon according to my teachers so any responses will be helpful 😄
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does your school not have an nea advisor you can speak to about this? the sooner you sort out the texts you do, the better, definitely!! gives you more time to work on your nea.
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does your school not have an nea advisor you can speak to about this? the sooner you sort out the texts you do, the better, definitely!! gives you more time to work on your nea.
There was a mix up. One of my teachers have me a thumbs up with this book but my other English teacher just recently said that my coursework will be unreadable because of the teen fiction book. I'm not completely changing my whole question, book and line of argument🙃
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There was a mix up. One of my teachers have me a thumbs up with this book but my other English teacher just recently said that my coursework will be unreadable because of the teen fiction book. I'm not completely changing my whole question, book and line of argument🙃
ah that's frustrating!! how have you found it analysing the books though?
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